Stollar netted the golden goal in the 95th minute (Gil Talbot).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Earning its fifth victory of the year in walk-off fashion, Harvard women's soccer pushed past Quinnipiac, 2-1, in overtime on Wednesday afternoon at Jordan Field.
The Crimson (5-2-0) got goals from seniors Caroline Chagares and Dani Stollar, while freshman Murphy Agnew recorded her first-career two assist game with a well-placed cross on both goals. Sophomore Kat Hess and junior Danielle Etzel split time in goal, making three and two saves apiece in the win.
Chagares put Harvard on the board in the 31st minute with her first goal of the season, taking a cross from Agnew and burying a volley past the Quinnipiac (3-4) goalkeeper. The Bobcats equalized in the 64th minute, sending the game to overtime.
Stollar played a give and go with Agnew to open the extra frame, netting her fifth-career goal, and first this season, with a header into the back of the net. The win was Harvard's second this year via a golden goal.
- Chagares and Stollar each scored their first goals of the season.
- Stollar scored for the first time since her freshman season, with the goal being her fifth-career score.
- Chagares netted her second-career goal after finding the back of the mesh against Yale a year ago.
- Junior Leah Mohammadi led the offense in shots for the sixth time in seven games, notching six with two on frame.
- Etzel has not allowed a goal in her last 245 minutes of action, lowering her goals-against average to 0.27 this season.
- Harvard has never fallen to Quinnipiac, improving to 4-0 all-time against the Bobcats.
- The Crimson remains perfect at home with a 3-0 record.
- The Crimson is 2-0 following a loss this season.
Harvard sets its sights on a weekend road trip to Villanova, Sept. 15 at 4 p.m., and Seton Hall, Sept. 17 at 1 p.m. The games will be broadcast on NovaNation All Access and the Pirate Sports Network, respectively.